Wyclef Jean Shot in Hand in Haiti-UPDATED 3-20-Vanel Lacroix, police chief in Petionville where Jean is staying, said police had confirmed that he had suffered only a minor cut to his hand from glass in an apparent accident.

March 20, 2011
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Wyclef Jean Shot in Hand in Haiti-UPDATED 3-20-Vanel Lacroix, police chief in Petionville where Jean is staying, said police had confirmed that he had suffered only a minor cut to his hand from glass in an apparent accident.

UPDATED 3-20 Vanel Lacroix, police chief in Petionville where Jean is staying, said police had confirmed that he had suffered only a minor cut to his hand from glass in an apparent accident. Wyclef Jean has been released from the hospital after being shot in the hand in his native Haiti. The former Fugees...
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MARTELLY CONTROLS THE ARTIBONITE MASSIVE CROWDS GREET CANDIDATE AT SERIES OF FINAL RALLIES: MARTELLY’S TENS OF THOUSANDS AGAINST MANIGATS HUNDREDS OR SOMETIMES THOUSANDS – MARTELLY POLLS 70% TO A MANIGAT 16.5% WITH THE REST UNDECIDED

March 19, 2011
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MARTELLY CONTROLS THE ARTIBONITE  MASSIVE CROWDS GREET CANDIDATE AT SERIES OF FINAL RALLIES: MARTELLY’S TENS OF THOUSANDS AGAINST MANIGATS HUNDREDS OR SOMETIMES THOUSANDS – MARTELLY POLLS 70% TO A MANIGAT 16.5% WITH THE REST UNDECIDED

March 18, 2011 Michel Martelly swept through the Artibonite in a series of massive rallies attended by tens of thousands , showing the Aristide phenomena has yet to influence the massive Lavalas support that Martelly controls. The young  people see him as a here-and-now situation whereas Aristide is seen as the past, and possibly...
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Warden Message No. 147 March 20 Election Sunday Preparations and Travel

March 18, 2011
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Warden Message No. 147  March 20 Election Sunday Preparations and Travel

The U.S. Embassy Port-au-Prince issued the following Warden Message on March 18, 2011: The U.S. Embassy in Port-au-Prince, Haiti is issuing this Warden Message to remind the U.S. Citizen Community in Haiti of the potential for elections-related violence throughout Haiti for the duration of the elections period.  Such civil disturbances can erupt quickly anywhere...
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Jean Bertrand Aristide’s Speech on arrival to Port-au-Prince

March 18, 2011
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Jean Bertrand Aristide’s Speech on arrival to Port-au-Prince

Aristide Returning Speech In Haiti 3/18/2011 Uploaded to YOUTUBE by TICLAUDE on Mar 18, 2011
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Aristide returns to celebrity welcome in Haiti

March 18, 2011
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Aristide returns to celebrity welcome in Haiti

By BEN FOX and TRENTON DANIEL, Associated Press Ben Fox And Trenton Daniel, Associated Press PORT-AU-PRINCE, Haiti – Former Haitian President Jean-Bertrand Aristide returned home from seven years in exile to a celebrity welcome Friday, and immediately took a swipe at the decision to bar his political party from the country’s presidential election. Aristide,...
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Jean-Bertrand Aristide returns to Haiti, days before presidential election

March 18, 2011
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Jean-Bertrand Aristide returns to Haiti, days before presidential election

By Ken Ellingwood, Los Angeles Times: Former President Jean-Bertrand Aristide throws a combustible new element into Haiti’s national elections scheduled for Sunday as he returns after seven years in exile. The polarizing leftist former priest says he’s not returning to politics. In the face of international pressure to keep him out, former Haitian President...
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Aristide Back in Haiti

March 18, 2011
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Aristide Back in Haiti

By RANDAL C. ARCHIBOLD new york times PORT-AU-PRINCE, Haiti — Jean-Bertrand Aristide, the former priest who rose to become the nation’s first democratically elected president before being forced into exile twice, returned home to a calm but uncertain political climate on Friday, only days before a presidential runoff intended to settle months of discord...
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To little too late: Obama has ‘deep concerns’ over Aristide return

March 18, 2011
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To little too late: Obama has ‘deep concerns’ over Aristide return

Associated Press, 03.17.11, 10:12 AM EDT PORT-AU-PRINCE, Haiti — A White House spokesman says President Obama has personally weighed in on the apparently imminent return from exile of former Haitian President Jean-Bertrand Aristide. White House National Security Council spokesman Tommy Vietor says Obama recently called the president of South Africa, where Aristide has been...
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BREAKING: Jean-Bertrande Aristide is in-Flight for Port-au-Prince

March 18, 2011
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BREAKING: Jean-Bertrande Aristide is in-Flight for Port-au-Prince

By Mac McKinney: Despite ongoing efforts by the White House and State Department to obstruct his return, exiled former president of Haiti, Jean-Bertrand Aristide, overthrown in a US-backed coup in 2004 and arguably still the most popular man in Haiti, has taken off from South Africa, accompanied by his wife Mildred, Hollywood star and...
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ARISTIDE IS ON THE GROUND IN HAITI: JUST ARRIVED AT AIRPORT AND IS GIVING SPEECH 0915 LOCAL TIME, MARCH 18, 2011

March 18, 2011
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ARISTIDE IS ON THE GROUND IN HAITI: JUST ARRIVED AT AIRPORT AND IS GIVING SPEECH  0915 LOCAL TIME, MARCH 18, 2011
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Aristide set for triumphant return to Haiti

March 17, 2011
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Aristide set for triumphant return to Haiti

Kenneth Kidd Feature Writer THE STAR PORT-AU-PRINCE—Twice-ousted president Jean-Bertrand Aristide is finally poised to touch down on his native soil Friday after seven years in exile. Thousands of Haitians are expected to turn out to greet the diminutive priest and firebrand leftist still affectionately known as Ti Aristide by the country’s long-suffering poor. “The...
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Researchers predict high 2011 cholera toll in Haiti-Added COMMENTARY By Haitian-Truth

March 17, 2011
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Researchers predict high 2011 cholera toll in Haiti-Added COMMENTARY By Haitian-Truth

Robert Roos * News Editor Mar 17, 2011 (CIDRAP News) – US researchers are predicting on the basis of mathematical modeling that Haiti could have close to 800,000 cholera cases and 11,100 deaths this year, more than three times the 250,000 cases counted since the epidemic began last fall. Writing in The Lancet, the...
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200,000 ALREADY IN CHAMPS DES MARS WAITING FOR TONIGHT’S MARTELLY CONCERT POLICE EXPECT 500,000 OR MORE BEFORE THE MUSIC STARTS

March 17, 2011
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200,000 ALREADY IN CHAMPS DES MARS WAITING FOR TONIGHT’S MARTELLY CONCERT POLICE EXPECT 500,000 OR MORE BEFORE THE MUSIC STARTS

1700 hours March 17, 2011 In a massive indication of Michel Martelly’s support, several hundred thousand are already gathered in an area in front of the shattered National Palace. The evening could see 500,000…perhaps 1,000,000 or more gather for the event. All of this as another fraudulent, criminal and – in view of the...
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Declaring the “great day has arrived,” Haiti’s Jean-Bertrand Aristide

March 17, 2011
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Declaring the “great day has arrived,” Haiti’s Jean-Bertrand Aristide

By DONNA BRYSON and MICHELLE FAUL, Associated Press Donna Bryson And Michelle Faul, Associated Press – JOHANNESBURG – Declaring the “great day has arrived,” Haiti’s Jean-Bertrand Aristide bade farewell at a South African airport Thursday, on his way home after seven years in exile despite President Barack Obama’s bid to keep the hugely popular...
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BOULOS PUBLISHES ANOTHER FRAUDULENT POLL SHOWING MANIGAT LEADING MARTELLY WHEN REAL NUMBERS SHOW MARTELLY WITH 70% TO LOW DOUBLE-DIGITS FOR MANIGAT: BOULOS SHOULD BE REMEMBERED BY SOCIETY FOR HIS CRIMINAL BETRAYAL!!!

March 17, 2011
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BOULOS PUBLISHES ANOTHER FRAUDULENT POLL  SHOWING MANIGAT LEADING MARTELLY WHEN REAL NUMBERS SHOW MARTELLY WITH 70%  TO LOW DOUBLE-DIGITS FOR MANIGAT: BOULOS SHOULD BE REMEMBERED BY SOCIETY FOR HIS CRIMINAL BETRAYAL!!!

BOULOS PUBLISHES ANOTHER FRAUDULENT POLL SHOWING MANIGAT LEADING MARTELLY WHEN REAL NUMBERS SHOW MARTELLY WITH 70% TO LOW DOUBLE-DIGITS FOR MANIGAT: BOULOS SHOULD BE REMEMBERED BY SOCIETY FOR HIS CRIMINAL BETRAYAL!!! BRIDES BUREAU DE RECHERCHE EN INFORMATIQUE ET EN DÉVELOPPEMENT ÉCONOMIQUE ET SOCIAL Deuxième Sondage du BRIDES Commandité par le Forum Économique du Secteur...
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MARTELLY 70% POLL COMPLETED WEDNESDAY MARCH 16 4100 INTERVIEWED SHOWS MARTELLY WITH 70% – MANIGAT WITH 17% AND THE REST UNDECIDED.

March 17, 2011
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MARTELLY 70%  POLL COMPLETED WEDNESDAY MARCH 16 4100 INTERVIEWED  SHOWS MARTELLY WITH 70% – MANIGAT WITH 17% AND THE REST UNDECIDED.

POLL COMPLETED WEDNESDAY MARCH 16 4100 INTERVIEWED SHOWS MARTELLY WITH 70% – MANIGAT WITH 17% AND THE REST UNDECIDED. HAITI READY TO EXPLODE IF ELECTIONS RIGGED FOR MANIGAT AS DESIRED BY AMBASSADOR MERTEN, MINUSTAH, OAS AND RENE PREVAL.
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ARISTIDE STILL IN SOUTH AFRICA: PLANS THURSDAY DEPARTURE: Lawyer: Aristide could be back in Haiti before Sunday elections

March 17, 2011
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ARISTIDE STILL IN SOUTH AFRICA: PLANS THURSDAY DEPARTURE: Lawyer: Aristide could be back in Haiti before Sunday elections

(CNN) — After seven years in exile, former Haitian President Jean-Bertrand Aristide is expected to board a plane in South Africa Thursday night to return home ahead of Sunday’s highly anticipated election, a diplomatic source told CNN. Aristide will address reporters at 10 p.m. at the privately-owned Lanseria International Airport in Johannesburg, said the...
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Duvalier accueilli par une foule à Cabaret-VIDEO

March 17, 2011
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Duvalier accueilli par une foule à Cabaret-VIDEO

13 mars 2011 Dans une nouvelle sortie publique, Jean-Claude Duvalier a visité dimanche les localités de Cabaret (ex-Duvalier ville) et Arcahaie ou il a été accueilli par une foule immense, selon des habitants de la région. L’ancien président à vie a été reçu par une foule joyeuse de partisans et de jeunes des deux...
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Danny Glover to escort Aristide back to Haiti

March 17, 2011
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Danny Glover to escort Aristide back to Haiti

Former Haitian president will be joined by Hollywood actor on return to homeland from seven-year exile in South Africa. Guardian UK: Actor and campaigner Danny Glover has arrived in South Africa to escort former Haitian president Jean-Bertrand Aristide home, the politician’s lawyer said. American lawyer Ira Kurzban has flown to Johannesburg to accompany Aristide...
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Intractable problems beset Haiti

March 17, 2011
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Intractable problems beset Haiti

NEWS24: Port-au-Prince – Haiti, the poorest country in the Americas, has defied numerous attempts to dredge it from a seemingly endless cycle of political and economic mismanagement. Mirlande Manigat, a 70-year-old former first lady and academic, faces off on Sunday against popular singer Michel Martelly, aged 50, in the long-delayed presidential run-off. Here are...
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